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No Trust Relationship?

This is a discussion on No Trust Relationship? within the Bing Maps and MapPoint Web Service forums, part of the Map Forums category; I'm trying to pick my way through the automated uploading of point data to the MapPoint Web Service. My calls ...

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    bryker is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    No Trust Relationship?

    I'm trying to pick my way through the automated uploading of point data to the MapPoint Web Service.

    My calls to CustomerDataService.StartUpload() fail with this message:

    >The underlying connection was closed:
    >Could not establish trust relationship with remote server.

    Here's what I've tried:

    1. Using my service username/password combo.
    2. Using my portal username/password combo.
    3. Using my username only, as in "username".
    4. Using my username coupled with the "partners" domain, as in
    "partners/username".

    There seems to be an awful lot of trial-and-error required for this
    data-upload stuff. Has anyone else's guesswork paid off in this area before, where you could pass along what you found?

    I've asked this question elsewhere and was told that I need to accept a certain certificate. How to find this certificate, however, is anyone's guess.

    Thanks very much.

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    StevenPushee is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    Hello,

    Yes, this is typically a certificate issue. Installing the certificate will differ slightly depending on the operating system you're on. On most accessing a site that requires a certificate will kick off a wizard that allows you to install it.


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